Dream Shopping – Everyone Does

Dream Shopping – Everyone Does.  What does it mean? Dreams are basically stories and images our brain creates while we sleep. Dreams can be vivid. They can make you feel happy, sad, or scared. And they may seem confusing or perfectly rational.

Dreams can occur anytime during sleep. But most vivid dreams occur during deep, REM (rapid eye movement) sleep when the brain is most active. Some experts say we dream at least four to six times per night. Studies have shown the importance of dreams to our health and well-being. In one study, researchers woke subjects just as they were drifting off into REM sleep

Dream Ideas

Dream About Different Things that You Are Shopping For. Popular items are:
Clothing, shoes, house (hotel, apartment), toys, cars, vacation travel, dating partner, electronics and flying. Some may not believe that some dreams can be controlled.
The most interesting questions surveyed. How do some dreams come true when awaken? Coincidence, superpowers, an act of God or ESP. When dreams come to life. How does it affect the person? Intriguing and unexplainable. Science and technology are getting close to the examination and bring closer in many areas.

Dream shopping has taken many forms that are noticeable by others. Staring, lost of focus, wandering off, speaking out of context, lack of coordination, longing for, etc. These conditions are all normal.

So, the real question is. How does a person’s interpretation get answered? There is no real answer. Many professionals, agencies, religious groups and a vast of different cultures have various explanations. The most common denominator is. You control your own destiny and dreams. By some coincidence that dream comes to life. Somehow you knew it would. So, were you really dreaming or your subconscious mind working it magic?

Create your own magic. Live each day within your dream. So, if you love to shop. Enjoy it while you can.

Dream Shopping - Everyone Does
Dream Shopping – Everyone Does

Top Ten Things to do on Vacation

Top Ten Things to do on Vacation

Golfing at the most prestigious courses from around the world.

Getting clean fresh air and soothing breezes.

Taking a cruise- Watching the sun go down.

Walking along a beach after an amazing lunch or dinner.

Rafting the waters that send butterflies within you

6.Swimming in the crystal clear blue ocean

Escaping to your favorite camping spots

Reading or listening to books from your favorite author(s)

Hiking the most adventurous and breath-taking trails

Dancing the night away

As an added touch:

  • Attending sporting events of your favorite team(s)
  • Heading out to Casinos with family and/or friends
  • Theme parks- Disneyland, Seaworld, and Universal Studios

As an extra bonus:

Last but not least———SLEEP

  • SLEEP
  • SLEEP
  • Goodnight

Tips on Planning your vacation.

  • Make a list of the top 5 places you want to travel. If there are other people traveling with you, have them do the same thing.
  • Decide why you want to travel. If you know why you want to leave home, choosing a destination will be easier. Determining whether your goal is to relax and unwind, have new adventures, see famous or ancient sights, or provide your children with lifelong memories will determine what kind of destination you should choose
  • Discuss possible destinations with your fellow travelers. Instead of making this a chore, have it be a fun activity. Over the course of a few days, weeks or other long-duration you wish (e.g. 1-3 months), spend some time talking about each place and why it would make a good destination
  • Consider everyone who will be traveling with you. If you are traveling with children, someone elderly, or someone with a disability, you may want to consider the destination that would be accessible.
  • Research destination costs. While you may take more time after choosing a destination to find great deals on travel and hotel arrangements, doing a quick online search of approximate costs to travel to each destination may help you narrow your choices based on your budget.

These are just the tip of the iceberg guide.  Other considerations may be needed as each vacation requirement defer individually.